Locust ‎– Playgue (1976)

Playgue is the first and only album by American hard-rock band Locust, released in 1976 on Annuit Coeptis Records.

Tracklist:
A1. “Hesitation” (3:28)
A2. “Let’s Just Say Goodbye” (5:24)
A3. “You’ll Never Know” (4:05)
A5. “Madonna” (8:35)
B1. “All for You / Turn Around Lady” (5:26)
B2. “You Should Have Just Cried” (4:09)
B3. “Outside Chance” (3:27)
B4. “Hold on to America” (2:46)
B5. “Blood in the Hand” (3:11)

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